A group of UW-Green Bay students will give local recycling efforts a boost in the coming weeks, sorting recyclables at the Brown County Resource Recovery Facility. Natural and Applied Sciences Prof. John Katers on Tuesday (April 15) spoke with NBC26 reporter (and UW-Green Bay alumna) Raquel Lamal about the project, which dovetails with a class study on protecting the environment. “I’m really excited that the UWGB students get to get involved in this,” Katers said. Check out the full story.
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